Description

The prevailing method to stabilize rock masses around tunnels, mines and slopes is without a doubt rock bolts. Essential to the New Australian Tunneling Method, rock bolts work by “knitting” the rock mass together so it doesn’t fall loose. In some cases you’ll see wire mesh accompanying rock bolts, depending on the environment.

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Risk Faced

  • Shear zones
  • Wigh in-situ stress
  • Problematic Soil / Water
  • Weak Rock
  • Rock burst
  • Chimney formation
  • Shotcrete Fall
  • Uncertain Rock Fall Due To Unconfined Strata
  • Great uncertainties with high risks for Long and deep tunnels
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Challenges

  • Rock Type
  • Seismicity
  • In-situ Stresses
  • Strata Orientation
  • Shear Zones
  • Thrust Zones
  • Saturated Strata
  • Sliding Rock Mass
  • Uncertain Rock Movements
  • Consolidation of Rock mass

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